Paul Kelly is headlining the world’s most remote music festival
12.09.2019

Paul Kelly is headlining the world’s most remote music festival

Paul Kelly
Photo: Cybele Malinowski

Bringing the heat to the Simpson Desert.

The Big Red Bash music festival has unveiled its red hot lineup, featuring enough Aussie rock to make your dad weep with joy.

Making his way to the Simpson Desert to headline the festival is none other than Paul Kelly. The Aussie icon will be joined by 19 other acts, including Cold Chisel guitarist Ian Moss, Tim Finn, Kate Ceberano, Shannon Noll and Thirsty Merc.

If the thought of heading into the desert for a music festival isn’t surreal enough, all acts will perform on a huge, 40-metre high sand dune. The festival is completely family-friendly, with kids under 11 able to attend for free.

Check out the full lineup for The Big Red Bash below:

Paul Kelly
Ian Moss
Tim Finn
Glenn Shorrock
Thirsty Merc
Ross Wilson
Bjorn Again
Wendy Matthews
Shannon Noll
Dragon
The Radiators
Chocolate Starfish
Mi-Sex
Vika and Linda Bull
Mark Gable
Steve Balbi
The Crackup Sisters
Caitlyn Shadbolt
The Big Red Bash Band

The Big Red Bash lands in the Simpson Desert between Tuesday July 7 and Thursday July 9, 2020. For more info, head to the festival website.